Voices of School Shooting Survivors
The physically uninjured need resources, too.
Nothing has changed.
I looked at her and she said, "Oh my god, they’re killing our kids."
They understood why I didn't like balloons or felt uneasy in grocery stores or other places that didn't allow me to clearly plot an exit.
It was only after I was outside that I noticed I had been hit.
The Parkland kids are representing the common interest of the American people, and I think that’s why it’s sort of a watershed moment.
I'm scared of heights, so when I got to the window and looked down I just thought, 'Holy cow. This is not my cup of tea.'
VICE commissioned 15 essays from people who have survived school shootings over the past 30 years.
You have to look past the fact that you’re not going to stop evil, but how can you lessen it? How can you make evil not so capable?
I remember standing outside dumbly, wondering why no one else was running.
You dread telling people where you're from.
When you're in lockdown, you can feel profoundly helpless.